MOT isn't an issue, emissions just taken on one engine, but it will probably just be a trailer queen now .Been a while since I have been logged onto the forum...
Colin, WOW! This is so epic!
I am a little curious on road laws regarding twin engine cars? Do they need a special form of MOT or as long as its taxed and MOT'd, its usable on the road?
I hope this alleviates your fears mateVery nice Colin, but, I worry that you are exposed to fumes from the rear engine, are you going to put up some sort of barrier between you and the rear engine?
The car will need a BIVA test at I think £600 assuming it passed, there are a lot of hoops to jump through, the biggest will be that the car has to have all e marked glass, and as I've got poly carbonate for the rear sides and rear hatch, that's a no no.you mad old bugger, lol
but why make it a trailer queen? I mean you might say its unusable on the road but you could still drive to events at normal speeds though.... well... sort of...
I still have the T-5R for a bit of A road funtrue, but it means you're very limited to where you can take it, I mean you couldn't just go for a drive on a weekend at the drop of a hat, you'd have to plan your trips to track days or to drag strips, personally I don't like the idea of that, but hey ho, I guess in your case it does make more sence
Nothing wrong with your memory as they were 1300cc and had a transverse leaf sprung rear suspension that could be dangerous when pushed hard into corners as the inside rear wheel tended to tuck into what could be an alarming positive camber angle that would have rapidly increased the heart rate of any driver who dared to test the handling and grip limits IIRCMy dad had one Rad back in the day, it was the family runabout. All black and I think it was a 1300cc with white rubber bumper capping. Not a bad little thing if memory serves me correctly.